San Francisco's premier academic and recreation summer program
Convent & Stuart Hall offers a balanced, K-8 coeducational summer program that combines discovery-based academic sessions with recreational afternoons rooted in performing arts, athletics, visual arts, creative design and science. The summer program is open to the public and the faculty is largely composed of Convent & Stuart Hall educators along with faculty from some of the best public, parochial and independent schools in the Bay Area.
Explore some of the classes and activities offered by San Francisco's premier academic and recreation summer program.
- Are discounts available?
- What is the deposit amount, and are refunds available?
- Do campers need to bring their own snack and/or lunch?
- What is the attendance policy?
- What are the behavioral expectations during the summer?
- What should campers wear?
There is a $100 sibling discount. After the first child is registered, the $100 discount can be applied to all subsequent sibling participants. To activate the discount, please enter "sibling" in the field that reads "Enter Discount Code" at the time of registration. The discount can be applied to both sessions.
No. All campers enrolled in morning programs will have access to a healthy morning snack. Campers enrolled in afternoon programs will have access to lunch and an afternoon snack. A full menu will be shared with families closer to the camp start date, at which point families can decide if they'd like to pack their own snack and/or lunch.
We understand that summer scheduling can be quite challenging, however, due to the academic nature of the program, we encourage campers to be present as much as possible for the duration of the program. As a reminder, refunds will not be issued for partial attendance or cancellations due to last minute schedule changes.
All participants have the right to enjoy a positive community experience. Accordingly, all campers are expected to follow and support Convent & Stuart Hall Summer Program expectations at all times. Behavior or language that is perceived by staff to be disrespectful, hurtful, unsafe or threatening may result in dismissal from the program. This includes any behavior that the summer program administration believes undermines our ability to best serve the needs of all participants.
We ask that all campers wear attire appropriate for running, jumping and playing. Closed-toe tennis shoes are recommended. Sandals and flip-flops are not recommended. A full calendar of theme days and dress-up days will be sent in the months leading up to the first day of camp. Campers who are registered for both sessions will receive one camp T-shirt for the duration of the program.